The TEDx team (TEDxLAMiracleMile) has put together a TEDx event with a number of “urban sustainability” speakers, including me. My talk is on free choice of food and uses the specific example of raw milk to describe a simple change we can all make to improve the climate for free choice in this country.
It’s an argument you have probably never heard before and has broader implications than the choice of raw milk, a decidedly niched issue anyway. Anyone interested in the politics of government regulation will have some interest in the talk.
The event is Saturday, January 11 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Hollywood in a fairly small venue — 125 seats makes this a cozier gathering with a good bit of energy. It should be a lot of fun. Grab a ticket here and watch for some free tickets on our Facebook page.
We’ll be the ones looking a bit like those pictures on our right side bar of our website over there, though surely we are even cuter live and in Hollywood…. 😉
The event may be streamed live. Stay tuned for an update.
Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies (Keto)
Keto Chocolate Mousse
The best roasted Brussels sprouts you’re about to try
Guacamole: What you must have in your kitchen to make it work
Classic Butter Cake with Your Limits on Making it “Healthy” ;)
Fresh pear with bacon-topped cheese dip
A roasted pear dessert, simple and impressive
“What? I am eating *what*?” — A question your extremely picky children will never think to ask as they eat nearly a day’s RDA in a plate of pancakes. ;)